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Old Sep 20, 2014, 11:14 PM   #11
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Very cool birds to have walking around, and excellent shots. Pop up flash worked wonders. With the prices of the E-3 so low these days I'm tempted to get one. If it's like my old E-1 I know I would love working with it.

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Thank you for your comments John.

As far as the E-3, I love using it, even though it was a steep learning curve for me moving up from my E-330 and E-520. You are right about the prices being cheap right now. It is a rugged and weather-resistant performer. The thought of buying a spare has crossed my mind a time or two.
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excellent pictures and razor sharp, fantastic Steven !
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Old Sep 28, 2014, 8:27 PM   #13
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Thank you very much for those comments, Lordje.
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Those shots are just great Steve and razor sharp.
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James: thanks for the comments, and good to see you posting here again. We haven't seen you around in a while.
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Yes Steve, just starting to visit the forum again. Have been pretty busy around here lately and am finding some free time now. I never shot any photos since the P51 series. At least not anything serious or worthy of posting. :-)
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Great shots Steven, the flash makes the birds colors pop up.
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Thank you for your comments John.

As far as the E-3, I love using it, even though it was a steep learning curve for me moving up from my E-330 and E-520. You are right about the prices being cheap right now. It is a rugged and weather-resistant performer. The thought of buying a spare has crossed my mind a time or two.
I have to agree with Steve. The prices of the body and lenses have come down considerably. I bought a mint copy of the 14-54 f2.8 for just under 300.00 complete with hood and caps. Fantastic lens and great light gathering ability.
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